Wrinkle

During the summers of 1973 and 1974 Dr. Robert McGhee and Dr. James Tuck, both then professors at Memorial University of Newfoundland, surveyed a large portion of the southern Labrador coast from the Quebec/Labrador border up to Red Bay. They found or relocated 13 sites including a number of important archaeological sites such as the […]

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Labrador South Coastal Survey: 1992

Two weeks ago I told you about the 1991 season of the Labrador South Coastal Survey (LSCS). This was a two-year archaeology project which started in 1991 and covered more than 600 kilometres of previously unexamined Labrador coastline. The 1991 survey area was between Cape St. Charles and Seal Island, Labrador. It was directed by […]

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Saddle Island West artifacts

While writing my thesis on the people of the Recent Period I had to read all the material I could find on that period of Newfoundland and Labrador’s past. That’s when I learned about the Recent Period site on Saddle Island, Red Bay. I told you before about the various groups of people who had […]

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